Not All Conflicts Are Created Equal
Conflict. After generations of bad press, there now seems to be a collective agreement that conflict is a good thing. … Read More
Why We Need Winter
Someone asked me recently, how do you stay productive and active in winter, when it’s so tempting to just hibernate? … Read More
What’s Your Network Strength?
Exercise. Eat right. Meditate. Get enough sleep. When it comes to staying healthy, those are the usual suspects. But, did … Read More
Is It Time To Stop Talking About Executive Presence?
I have worked with senior leaders for a long time. And as an executive coach, I am very aware that … Read More
Knowing You Can Leave
Back in the day, when I was a relationship therapist, I used to say to my clients, “If you don’t … Read More
The Truth About Attrition
We love this scene from the movie Coach Carter, in which Coach Carter (played by Samuel L. Jackson) delivers … Read More
Doing What Your Role Demands
Coco Chanel once said, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” While the kind of advice to women has changed … Read More
Executive Presence: Time to Rethink the Archetype of Invincibility
At the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics last month, Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui won a bronze medal in the women’s … Read More
Being held by an open mind
At last month’s kick-off session for our Power2 Leaderlab, since it was the first in the series, we tackled confidentiality, … Read More
If New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work, What Does?
It’s that time of year. Redemption time. An annual tradition when we collectively make commitments to eat less, move more, … Read More